Information about The Philippines, Industry Sectors and Government initiatives are provided here. More information can be obtained through our other information pages and links from a range of organisations based in and related to The Philippines.
There are individual information pages for specific sectors identified as being important for trade between the Philippines and Britain.
Clark Freeport Zone
The Clark Freeport Zone is government owned and controlled corporation created in 1993 as the implementing arm of the then Clark Special Freeport Zone. This Freeport Zone which is serviced by class A roads and utilities is ideal for industrial, ICT and tourism/recreational purposes.
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Many consider the Subic Bay Freeport Zone’s greatest asset in terms of its economic potential is it’s natural deep water harbour.Hanjin currently utilises this at the north end of the harbour for its shipbuilding activity. Employing over 7,000 workers this is a state of the art shipbuilding facility.
More than 600 companies are based in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, the sister freeport Zone of the nearby Clark Freeport Zone. Subic is divided into four key investment areas; the Central Business District, Subic Gateway, the Subic Bay Industrial Park and the Subic Techno Park.
Philippine Economic Zone Authority Investor’s Guide